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Earthbath Oatmeal & Aloe Shampoo, Vanilla & Almond

R 375.00

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Earthbath Oatmeal & Aloe Dog & Cat Shampoo reduces time spent scratching and leaves more time for cuddling. This soap-free shampoo is made specifically for dry, itchy skin. The thoughtful formula provides plenty of relief and deodorizes your fur baby without irritating his skin or washing off topical flea applications. Purposeful oatmeal and aloe combination work to re-moisturize and heal scratched skin while reducing itching, keeping him from scratching himself again.

 

Key Benefits

  • Soap-free shampoo with oatmeal and organic aloe vero made specifically for dry, itchy skin.
  • Works to re-moisturize, heal and soothe dry, scratched skin while also neutralizing any odors.
  • Vanilla and almond scent keeps your pet smelling as clean as if he just left the spa.
  • Perfect for cats and dogs over 6 weeks with who need a moisturizing shampoo.
  • 100% biodegradable, paraben and phosphate-free for a safe and trustworthy formula.

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Angie B.
Works great

You use so little shampoo and keep my fury baby smooth and smelling great

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Martin D.
Dandy dog

This shampoo lathers easily & my dog seems to be scratching less since using it

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